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Hospitalizations are often an intermediate step between rising cases and increased mortality.
Since depth of target is so important in determining separation, we grouped plays into buckets — depending on whether a pass attempt was short, intermediate or deep — and created an SOE leaderboard for each.
Interestingly, among the three target depths, SOE on intermediate passes appears to be the most stable year to year.
The intermediate SOE leaderboard includes seasons from receivers like Davante Adams, Keenan Allen, Danny Amendola, Cooper Kupp and Adam Humphries, all of whom are generally regarded as skilled route runners.
Pangolins or another animal might still have been an intermediate host before the virus made it to humans.
Unlike classical bits, which have a value of either 0 or 1, qubits can take on an intermediate state called a superposition, meaning they hold a value of 0 and 1 at the same time.
Between the vertebral and sternal portions an intermediate tract is separated off and ossified in the Monotremata.
The same principles should carry over into the intermediate, or preadolescence, age.
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It will not be considered necessary, I suppose, to look at any intermediate condition of the organisms.
OMPHALOSPHILIP HENRY GOSSE
The word itself does not mean to "harden," but to put into some intermediate state.

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